September 30, 2022


Devoted to Quality Health

Should you buy a used fitness tracker?

2022 looks like another year of staying local and getting outside. With so much vacation travel put on hold – and so many people finding themselves with additional free time – spending time hiking, biking, and enjoying the great outdoors has never been more appealing. 

But for both beginner enthusiasts and regular athletes, accurately tracking activity can be a challenge. Knowing how far you’ve pedalled, how long you’ve been hiking for, or what your heart rate is while jogging through a park can help with training and weight loss, guiding healthy lifestyle changes, and overall motivation. And thanks to their ability to address these issues, wearables and trackers have become a nearly $20 billion dollar industry.